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Topic # 42799 11-Oct-2009 09:09
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Has anyone ever bought stuffs from bidrivals?

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  Reply # 263234 11-Oct-2009 09:13
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Dont bother.

Google search bidrivals and swoopo. Then steer clear.

Only pain and suffering to be had for the majority of people the majority of the time.




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  Reply # 263236 11-Oct-2009 09:29
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its a scam why would anyone visit these sites i have no idea

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 268813 31-Oct-2009 15:34
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I don't think it's a scam.

Though you're not bidding against people in NZ. you're bidding against everyone else in the world. Othewise you'd log on @ 2am and get cheap goods :)

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  Reply # 268818 31-Oct-2009 15:52
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Have you spared a second to put some thought into how that bidding works?




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